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General pathology: Quiz


Question 1: ________, in contrast, is a regulated, orderly degeneration of the cell which occurs in the settings of both injury and normal physiological processes.
Transcription factorApoptosis-inducing factorApoptosisSignal transduction

Question 2: While chronic inflammation can lay a positive role in containing a continuing infectious hazard, it can also lead to progressive tissue damage, as well as predisposing (in some cases) to the development of ________.

Question 3: Tissue repair, as seen in ________, is triggered by inflammation.
AutopsyIschemiaWound healingNecrosis

Question 4: ________ is a particularly important and complex reaction to tissue injury, and is particularly important in fighting infection.
Leukocyte extravasationVasculitisMeningitisInflammation

Question 5: The most familiar examples of neoplasia are benign tumors and ________.

Question 6: ________ occurs when the acute response fails to entirely clear the inciting factor.
InflammationMeningitisVasculitisLeukocyte extravasation

Question 7: Hypertrophy is an increase in the size of cells in a tissue in response to stress, an example being hypertrophy of muscle cells in the ________ in response to increased resistance to blood flow as a result of narrowing of the heart's outflow valve.
HeartCirculatory systemLymphatic systemTorso

Question 8: Acute inflammation is generally a non-specific response triggered by the injured tissue cells themselves, as well as specialized cells of the ________ and previously developed adaptive immune mechanisms.
Neutrophil granulocytePhagocyteEosinophil granulocyteInnate immune system

Question 9: Areas of study include cellular adaptation to injury, necrosis, ________, wound healing and neoplasia.
InflammationVasculitisLeukocyte extravasationMeningitis

Question 10: A localized acute inflammatory response triggers vascular changes in the injured area, recruits pathogen-fighting ________, and begins the process of developing a new adaptive immune response.
PhagocyteNeutrophil granulocyteEosinophil granulocyteGranulocyte


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